Discussion in 'March 2010' started by roscoe36, Nov 3, 2009.
This is a physical condition and other issues are completely separate.
It's pretty clear that Hubie Brown and Kwame Brown are not brothers.
Hubie was (deservingly) HARSH on KB!
...on another note:
Kind thoughts and well-wishes go out to "The Shoulder" and his family.
Get well soon man!
Yeah, i agree with resting Stuck for the rest of the season since there is less than 20 meaningless games left. I also agreed to start Gordon and not Bynum. With Gordon starting, Bynum can still have the same amount of minutes he averages and Q would have no more excuses not to play Daye.
Finally, get well soon, Stuck.
My first multi-quote!!!
Now that BDL and KGREG have chimed in, I wonder who will be the first forum member to make an inappropriate comment/analogy about Stuckey's plight?
I know I had to hold myself back yesterday from making a comparison of Rodney on the stretcher to another players ability and I was legitimately upset over what happened.
According to today's detnews it was nothing life threatening and not even a seizure. He just fainted. Thats all they are saying about it. The same thing happened back in 2008 that was never reported.
I think it was reported because he missed 2 games because of it. I think that is what Kander was getting at when he was saying that this was becoming a big deal because it was on national TV.
Give the guy a break man the man just fainted on national tv and was sent to the hospital. I mean I hope you're are not the type to kick a man while he's down. That my friend is not a very good trait to have in that it means you are petty and indifferent. Let the guy get a breather first before you go bashing him anymore, sheesh!!!!!
I'd rather posters don't go after one another here. You can disagree with KGREG's opinion, but you (and I) don't know him well enough to start casting judgments about his character.
But common sense and caution should always overrule what some doctor says. This season is not going anywhere. Bring him back slowly.
The Pistons have got to find out what's causing this. SOMETHING'S causing this. Definitely. Stuckey's a tough guy - he's willing to play through injuries. But the risk to his health is paramount. Also, as a player, this can't be good if he's ever to become a championship quality leader - a guy who down the stretch of games has that something extra which the best players in the game bring to the court. The team needs to get a handle on this, lest Stuck never reach his full potential.
Again something IS causing this. Ignoring it is stupid.
As for sitting him out for 20 games, that's very unhelpful. We need to evaluate the team with Stuckey running it. Stuckey is the key to this team's future. No other player on our roster right now is nearly as important.
I dunno I think JJ has got to be up there.
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